Virtaulenv configuration

Introduction

It creates a virtual environment to isolate the working copy of the python which allow us to work on the specific project without affecting the system other projects. It helps in working on different version of the packages without affecting the other version. For example you can work on the python2.6 with isolated enviroment with python2.7 on your OS.

Version The latest version of the virtualenv 1.11.6 release on 16 May 14

Installation

You can use pip (python package index) or from source to install the virtualenv

  • Open your terminal and type below commands
pip install install virtualenv
  • Create virtualenv
virtualenv myapp
  • myapp will be your virtualenv which contain 4 directories
    1. bin
    2. include
    3. local
    4. lib
  • To enable virtualenv

source bin/activate
  • you will find this on your terminal
(myapp)user:myapp$
  • To disable virtualenv
(myapp)user:myapp$ deactivate
  • To create virtualenv with specific python version
virtualenv -p /usr/bin/python2.6 myapp

Virtual wrapper

It contain set of commands for virtualenv and intregate all your virtualenv at one place. It helps in managaing multiple virtualenv

Installation

pip install virtualenvwrapper
  • Set the home directory for virtual environments
export WORKON_HOME=~/myvirtual
source /usr/local/bin/virtualwrapper.sh
mkvirtualenv app
workon app
rmvirtualenv app
  • This create all the virtualenv inside directory myvirtual
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